Was Nasa tallying centre raided? This is what we know

Geronimo Vena
Agosto 6, 2017

Siaya Senator James Orengo addresses journalists and alleges that those who broke into Nasa offices were looking for contacts of polling agents with the aim of compromising them.

NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga's Director of Communications, Dennis Onyango, released a statement claiming that Opposition offices had been raided by police officers.

The National Super Alliance (NASA) has been dealt a severe blow after their secretariat offices in Nairobi were "attacked".

Numbering about 30, the said police officers reportedly forced everyone to lie on the floor before taking away mobile phones, notebooks, work ID cards, surveillance camera systems, computers and servers among other things. He claims the attackers ransacked the office, harassed its staff, who were in and took desktop computers, laptops and destroyed their servers and alarm.

Police have maintained that no such raid took place.

"Before leaving, the officers said they would never return what they took away", he added.

The raiders are said to have gained access to the premises by jumping over the fence and demanded total co-operation from the terrified employees who were warned that resisting could result in deaths.

Heavily armed policemen raided the NASA offices on the night of August 4, 2017.

"These allegations are untrue and further wish to state that no such report of a burglary has been made to any Police Station".

"We invite anyone with any information regarding the break in as alleged, to inform the nearest Police Station for immediate investigations", added the statement signed by Kinoti George (AIG), on behalf of the Inspector General.

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